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Corona »

The ties are safe and only used on some cars of the 7 line as they await new brackets, the MTA said.

Midtown »

There have been at least seven derailments of subways and commuter trains in NYC since 2013.

West Harlem »

Thirty-four people were hurt when an A train derailed near 125th Street, officials said.

West Harlem »

The derailment injured 34 people when two cars slipped off the tracks near 125th Street.

Upper West Side »

Commuters should expect delays on the A, B, C and D lines, officials said. The 1 has other issues.

West Harlem »

Riders could expect a variety of changed routes and delays, the MTA said.

Long Island City »

State Sen. Gianaris is pushing lawmakers to keep working through summer until the MTA is funded.

West Harlem »

Investigators are trying to find out why the brake suddenly snapped on, Lhota said.

West Harlem »

The "summer of hell" hasn't yet begun, but MTA riders are already giving the governor hell.

Fort Wadsworth »

The bill would fix the spelling to the proper Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge.

Fort Wadsworth »

The MTA blamed an "oversight by the contractor" for failure to install correct signs on Thursday.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The person was hit by a Manhattan-bound train entering the station, officials said. 

Midtown »

The governor said the city should match the state in funding to fix subway service.  

Midtown »

The 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, E, D, F, J, M, N, Q and R trains will all be impacted.

Financial District »

Lhota will once again lead the agency, which needs $3 billion to upgrade its subways, a report says.